Ok, let me talk about the SkyOS article on wikipedia. Every now and then I get a message from one of the SkyOS community members letting me know that hot things are going on at the wikipedia SkyOS article.
For example, one time there was a guy claiming that SkyOS has been ported to intels 64bit architecture. After letting this guy know that SkyOS has not been ported to this architecture yet, all you get to hear is that you either have no clue, don't use SkyOS at all (ehm, what??) or simply want to spread FUD. Other people tried to teach me that SkyOS can run Windows applications. If you try to explain them that this isn't supported, they simply say that you are wrong on pretend that they are using Internet Explorer on SkyOS at this very moment. Isn't this funny? Other people want to teach you what features your software has? (This is like trying to convince BMW that their cars use cucumber and not tires as wheels.)
Other times, like very recently, people dig up multi year old speculations, complete wrong information in this case, and without any further researching just post them into the article. This are the times I wonder why people do this at all? are they bored, did their moms rant with them and in order to calm down they think it is a good idea to write complete nonsense into a wikipedia article?
Other times, multiple times already, like someone said, people most likely just discovered the wikipedia delete function. Giving stupid delete reason maybe they try to raise their masculinity by doing this. I don't know, really. People just could talk to me or any other project member about things they are upset with, we have a IRC, we have forums, we read mails, etc. So maybe they aren't upset, and just want to harm SkyOS, but has this to be done at the world famous free encyclopedia? which actually should deliver facts and not opinions submitted by pubescent children.
Sometimes this just makes me no trust into wikipedia as a concept at all.
/me sitting back relaxing, and trying to find out why a few people actually act in such a way...